Joined the Huntington University faculty in 1997.
Holding a dual role at Huntington University, Dr. Luke Fetters teaches classes and is involved in administrative operations. He specializes in intercultural studies and intercultural missions and Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL). In addition to teaching courses in these subjects at his alma mater, Luke oversees the growth and development of the university’s graduate and professional programs.
As a ministry educator, Luke’s desire is to walk with students as they develop their knowledge of Scripture and culture and apply it to ministry leadership for worldwide Kingdom impact. He wants students to understand that serious Christians can hold many various (and sometimes contradictory) perspectives within Christianity. We don’t have to agree on everything to consider someone a vital part of the Christian family; on the contrary, we have much we can learn from those who see things differently.
Luke lives in Huntington, his hometown, with his wife. Together they have three grown children and are grandparents. Spending part of his life in China, Luke speaks Cantonese and has taken Huntington University students on trips to teach English in China. He is also interested in Chinese mission history.
- Ed.D. in Adult, Higher, and Community Education from Ball State University
- Master of Christian Ministries from Huntington University
- Bachelor of Arts in Bible and Religion from Huntington University
- Church planter for two years, Oak Harbor, Ohio
- English teacher and church planter for eleven years, Macau (East Asia)
- Founding director of HU’s Institute for TESOL Studies and a TESOL consultant for 20 years, Huntington University
- Instructor for perspectives on the World Christian Movement curriculum for 20 years
- Evangelical Missiological Society
- Society of Professors of Christian Education
- Christian English Language Teachers
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